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  • The Forbidden Promise by Lorna Cook

    The Forbidden Promise by Lorna Cook

    Rated: 4.42 of 5 stars
    · 12 ratings
    The stunning new story of love and secrets from the Number One bestselling author of The Forgotten VillageScotland, 1940:War rages across Europe, but Invermoray House is at peace. Until the night of Constance’s twenty-first birthday, when she’s the only person to see a Spitfire crash into the loch...
  • Lady of the Eternal City by Kate Quinn

    Lady of the Eternal City by Kate Quinn

    Rated: 4.49 of 5 stars
    · 17 ratings
    Elegant, secretive Sabina may be Empress of Rome, but she still stands poised on a knife’s edge. She must keep the peace between two deadly enemies: her husband Hadrian, Rome’s brilliant and sinister Emperor; and battered warrior Vix, who is her first love. But Sabina is guardian of a deadly secret: Vix’s beautiful son Antinous has become the Emperor’s latest obsession...
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    royalty  historical  ancient times  medieval
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  • My Dear Hamilton: A Novel of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton by Stephanie Dray, Laura Kamoie

    My Dear Hamilton: A Novel of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton by Stephanie Dray, Laura Kamoie

    Rated: 4.34 of 5 stars
    · 30 ratings
    From the New York Times bestselling authors of America’s First Daughter comes the epic story of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton—a revolutionary woman who, like her new nation, struggled to define herself in the wake of war, betrayal, and tragedy...
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    new adult  historical  war  military  20th century
  • Time and Chance by Sharon Kay Penman

    Time and Chance by Sharon Kay Penman

    Rated: 4.29 of 5 stars
    · 18 ratings
    The long-awaited sequel to Sharon Kay Penman's acclaimed novel When Christ and His Saints Slept, Time and Chancerecounts the tempestuous marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II in a magnificent story of love, power, ambition-and betrayal. He was nineteen when they married, she eleven years his senior, newly divorced from the King of France...
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    royalty  historical  medieval  suspense
  • The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

    The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

    Rated: 4.42 of 5 stars
    · 14 ratings
    In the spring of 1942, young Elzbieta Rabinek is aware of the swiftly growing discord just beyond the courtyard of her comfortable Warsaw home. She has no fondness for the Germans who patrol her streets and impose their curfews, but has never given much thought to what goes on behind the walls that contain her Jewish neighbors...
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    new adult  historical  contemporary  military  war
  • The Autumn Throne by Elizabeth Chadwick

    The Autumn Throne by Elizabeth Chadwick

    Rated: 4.34 of 5 stars
    · 18 ratings
    The Son She Loved. The Betrayal She Faced. The Legend She Became. The stunning conclusion to the Eleanor of Aquitaine trilogyImprisoned by her husband. Separated from her children. If King Henry II thought these things would push his queen into submission, he was wrong. Eleanor of Aquitaine refused to give into his tyranny. Freed by his death, she became dowager Queen of England...
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    royalty  historical  medieval  20th century
  • Things Past Telling by Sheila Williams

    Things Past Telling by Sheila Williams

    Rated: 4.38 of 5 stars
    · 15 ratings
    The author of The Secret Woman tells the story of a brave and enduring woman as indomitable as Ernest Gaines' legendary Miss Jane Pittman, in a breathtaking novel that combines the epic romance and adventure of Outlander, the sweeping drama of Roots, and the haunting historical power of Barracoon...
  • The Secrets of Saffron Hall: An absolutely gripping Tudor historical fiction novel by Clare Marchant

    The Secrets of Saffron Hall: An absolutely gripping Tudor historical fiction novel by Clare Marchant

    Rated: 4.38 of 5 stars
    · 8 ratings
    Two women. Five centuries apart.One life-changing secret about to be unearthed…1538New bride Eleanor impresses her husband by growing saffron, a spice more valuable than gold...
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    new adult  medieval  historical
  • The Scarlet Lion by Elizabeth Chadwick

    The Scarlet Lion by Elizabeth Chadwick

    Rated: 4.30 of 5 stars
    · 21 ratings
    Following early beginnings as a knight in the English royal household and a champion of the tourneys, William Marshal's prowess and loyalty have been rewarded by the hand in marriage of Isabelle de Clare, heiress to great estates in England, Normandy and Ireland...
    Categorized as:
    royalty  medieval  historical
  • Under a Greek Moon by Carol Kirkwood

    Under a Greek Moon by Carol Kirkwood

    Rated: 4.36 of 5 stars
    · 14 ratings
    The escapist Sunday Times bestselling debut from the nation’s best loved TV presenter, Carol Kirkwood.‘Loved it! It sizzles with secrets and passion...
  • Island in the East by Jenny Ashcroft

    Island in the East by Jenny Ashcroft

    Rated: 4.35 of 5 stars
    · 14 ratings
    Set in 1890s and 1940s Singapore, the stunning Island in the East is a story of love, sisterly rivalry and the true cost of betrayal. Vivid, authentic and utterly beautiful, it's the perfect read for fans of Victoria Hislop, Fiona McIntosh and Kate Morton. 1897: twenty-year-old identical twins, Harriet and Mae, born from a scandalous affair, have spent their lives slighted by gossips...
  • The Long Road Back To You by Buck Turner

    The Long Road Back To You by Buck Turner

    Rated: 4.67 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    They say it only takes a moment to fall in love with someone, but a lifetime to forget them!From the author of Evergreen comes a stirring story that proves it is never too late for loveEighteen-year-old Charlie Ross, a shy, backward teen from Tennessee, does the one thing you should never do before going off to war - he falls in love...
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    new adult  20th century  historical  military
  • The Trials of Ophelia by Nicole Platania

    The Trials of Ophelia by Nicole Platania

    Rated: 4.67 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    The Angels are calling, and so her hunt begins. After the devastation on Daminius, Ophelia threw herself into restoration to cope with her losses. Two months later, answers to an ancient curse still evade her, a queen threatens her life, and war rages in the southern mountains. Despite her scars and the loved ones lost, Ophelia knows she must move forward for her people...
  • A Daughter's Sorrow by Cathy Sharp

    A Daughter's Sorrow by Cathy Sharp

    Rated: 4.50 of 5 stars
    · 8 ratings
    Heartache and hardship in London’s East End, from the bestselling author of The Orphans of Halfpenny StreetBridget has always been the one to take on the responsibility for looking after her family...
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    new adult  historical  20th century
  • The Girl from Ballymor by Kathleen McGurl

    The Girl from Ballymor by Kathleen McGurl

    Rated: 4.26 of 5 stars
    · 12 ratings
    What would you sacrifice for your children?Ballymor, Ireland, 1847As famine grips the country Kitty McCarthy is left widowed and alone. Fighting to keep her two remaining children alive against all odds, Kitty must decide how far she will go to save her family...
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    new adult  suspense  mystery  historical
  • Hold Me Close: All of Me by Siobhan Davis, Kelly Hartigan (XterraWeb)

    Hold Me Close: All of Me by Siobhan Davis, Kelly Hartigan (XterraWeb)

    Rated: 4.26 of 5 stars
    · 17 ratings
    Sons pay for the sins of their fathers…Bodhi and Easton Lancaster O’Donoghue have grown up sheltered from the truth. Until it’s time for their parents to reveal what happened and how it shaped the events that came later.Bodhi is quiet. An intelligent, introspective boy who hides his pain deep inside...
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    new adult  contemporary  historical  suspense
  • A Daughter's Disgrace by Kitty Neale

    A Daughter's Disgrace by Kitty Neale

    Rated: 4.37 of 5 stars
    · 10 ratings
    A heartrending story of family shame from Sunday Times bestseller, Kitty Neale. A gritty London tale, perfect for fans of Katie Flynn, Nadine Dorries and Maureen Lee.1950s Battersea is no place for a shamed woman…FracturedAlison is the ugly duckling of her family and has always been treated with disdain by her mother...
  • The Sunshine Girls by Molly Fader

    The Sunshine Girls by Molly Fader

    Rated: 4.24 of 5 stars
    · 18 ratings
    "Two friends. A lifetime of secrets. One sparkling story. 1967 Iowa. Nursing school roommates BettyKay and Kitty don't have much in common. BettyKay has risked her family's disapproval to pursue her dreams away from her small town. Cosmopolitan Kitty has always relied on her beauty and smarts to get by and to hide a painful secret...
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    new adult  historical  contemporary
  • The War Girls: a heartwarming World War Two saga perfect for fans of Nancy Revell by Rosie James

    The War Girls: a heartwarming World War Two saga perfect for fans of Nancy Revell by Rosie James

    Rated: 4.33 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    Can their friendship survive the darkest days of war?When Abigail arrives for a new start in Bristol in the late 1930s, she knows life won’t be easy – particularly as she is the unmarried mother of three-year-old Emily Grace...
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    new adult  historical  20th century
  • Katharine Parr: The Sixth Wife by Alison Weir

    Katharine Parr: The Sixth Wife by Alison Weir

    Rated: 4.23 of 5 stars
    · 19 ratings
    Two husbands dead; a life marred by sadness. And now Katharine is in love for the first time in her life. The eye of an ageing and dangerous king falls upon her. She cannot refuse him. She must stifle her feelings and never betray that she wanted another. And now she is the sixth wife. Her queenship is a holy mission yet, fearfully, she dreams of the tragic parade of women who went before her...
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    tudors  historical  medieval
  • The Berlin Girl by Mandy Robotham

    The Berlin Girl by Mandy Robotham

    Rated: 4.18 of 5 stars
    · 14 ratings
    From the bestselling author of The German Midwife comes the heart-wrenching story of a country on the brink of war, a woman who puts herself in the line of fire, and a world about to be forever changed.Berlin, 1938: It’s the height of summer, and Germany is on the brink of war...
  • Jane Seymour, The Haunted Queen by Alison Weir

    Jane Seymour, The Haunted Queen by Alison Weir

    Rated: 4.21 of 5 stars
    · 19 ratings
    A novel of the devout young woman who became the unwilling object of King Henry VIII's ardor--and the mother of his only son. In this third book in the epic Six Tudor Queens series, the acclaimed historian and bestselling author brings new insight to this dramatic story, showing how pure fear for her life determined Jane Seymour's actions...
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    tudors  historical  medieval
  • The Dressmaker’s Secret by Lorna Cook

    The Dressmaker’s Secret by Lorna Cook

    Rated: 4.50 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    Paris, 1941: As Coco Chanel’s assistant, Adèle lives side by side with German officers in the splendor of The Ritz hotel. But Adèle has a secret. She is working for the resistance, right under the German’s noses...
  • I'll Be Seeing You by Robin Lee Hatcher

    I'll Be Seeing You by Robin Lee Hatcher

    Rated: 4.50 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    Generations of secrets unfold as a young college student learns the truth about her great-grandmother’s World War II heartbreak and love.Brianna Hastings’s life seems dull and full of disappointment until a handsome young man visits her church. She’s instantly smitten by the charming Greg, who leads an exciting, independent life—the kind of life she longs for...
  • A Stormy Season by Melanie Dickerson

    A Stormy Season by Melanie Dickerson

    Rated: 4.50 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    Nothing but the deepest love will induce Jane Gilchrist to marry, even when asked by the young and handsome widower with whom every other girl is in love.Luke Watley lost his wife to a tragic accident. But when he discovers it was no accident at all, he must solve the mystery behind her murder, or he—and anyone close to him—is in danger of becoming their next victim...
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    new adult  historical  christian  regency  mystery
  • Perdida con un escocés by Lauren Smith

    Perdida con un escocés by Lauren Smith

    Rated: 4.50 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    Inquietante, intenso, apasionado… Estas son las tres cosas que Anna sabe sobre el misterioso hombre que la rescata cuando ella aparece en las costas de Escocia tras sobrevivir a un naufragio. Sin recordar quién es, excepto su nombre, debe confiar en el apuesto escocés Aiden Kincade mientras ella busca respuestas sobre su pasado...
  • Empress of the Seven Hills by Kate Quinn

    Empress of the Seven Hills by Kate Quinn

    Rated: 4.20 of 5 stars
    · 19 ratings
    From the national bestselling author of Daughters of Rome and Mistress of Rome comes a tale of love, power, and intrigue spanning the wilds of the Empire to the seven hills of Rome. Powerful, prosperous, and expanding ever farther into the untamed world, the Roman Empire has reached its zenith under the rule of the beloved Emperor Trajan. But neither Trajan nor his reign can last forever..
  • The Cottage in the Highlands by Julie Shackman

    The Cottage in the Highlands by Julie Shackman

    Rated: 4.24 of 5 stars
    · 15 ratings
    When Leonie Baxter finds herself out of a job and out of a relationship, she’s at her wits end. Her life has just been turned upside down and she needs a plan, fast.By chance, on a walk with her rescue puppy, Leonie stumbles across a striking house in the woods; fully furnished but unoccupied. As a journalist, she is determined to find out more, after all, reporting is in her nature...
  • The Mistletoe Seller by Dilly Court

    The Mistletoe Seller by Dilly Court

    Rated: 4.32 of 5 stars
    · 10 ratings
    It’s Christmas Eve. Flurries of snow fall on the cobbled streets of Whitechapel and an abandoned baby, swaddled in a blanket, is found on a doorstep in Angel Lane . . .Named after the street on which she was found, Angel Winter was blessed to be taken from the harsh streets into a loving home...
    Categorized as:
    new adult  christmas  historical  victorian
  • The Earl She Ruined by Jessie Clever

    The Earl She Ruined by Jessie Clever

    Rated: 4.38 of 5 stars
    · 8 ratings
    Ransom Shepard, the Earl of Knighton, has never known love. When his father died tragically young, his mother refused to care for Ransom, leaving him in the care of the help as she descended into the grief of losing her husband. Abandoned by the one person who should have loved him unconditionally, Ransom chose a life as far from love as possible...
    Categorized as:
    new adult  historical  regency  humor
  • The Path to the Sea by Liz Fenwick

    The Path to the Sea by Liz Fenwick

    Rated: 4.33 of 5 stars
    · 6 ratings
    Sometimes going home is just the beginning…Boskenna, the beautiful, imposing house standing on the Cornish cliffs, means something different to each of the Trewin women...
    Categorized as:
    new adult  historical
  • The Button Box by Dilly Court

    The Button Box by Dilly Court

    Rated: 4.30 of 5 stars
    · 10 ratings
    The new heartwarming novel from Sunday Times bestselling author, Dilly Court. Clara held onto the precious button, glimmering like a jewel in the dark alleyways of London’s notorious Seven Dials. She needed to save her family… but who was going to save her?There was a time when the Carter sisters’ father was their hero...
  • The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran

    The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran

    Rated: 4.14 of 5 stars
    · 28 ratings
    In ancient Egypt, a forgotten princess must overcome her family’s past and remake history. The winds of change are blowing through Thebes. A devastating palace fire has killed the Eighteenth Dynasty’s royal family—all with the exception of Nefertari, the niece of the reviled former queen, Nefertiti...
  • Inseparable: Hardcover by Siobhan Davis, Kelly Hartigan (XterraWeb)

    Inseparable: Hardcover by Siobhan Davis, Kelly Hartigan (XterraWeb)

    Rated: 4.17 of 5 stars
    · 21 ratings
    A gritty, angsty, friends-to-lovers standalone romance from USA Today & Wall Street Journal bestselling author Siobhan Davis.A childhood promise. An unbreakable bond. One tragic event that shatters everything.It all started with the boys next door…Devin and Ayden were my best friends. We were practically joined at the hip since age two...
    Categorized as:
    new adult  contemporary  historical  suspense
  • Before Herring Cove Road: Ruth Goldman and the Nincompoop by Michael Kroft

    Before Herring Cove Road: Ruth Goldman and the Nincompoop by Michael Kroft

    Rated: 4.25 of 5 stars
    · 8 ratings
    TO BE RELEASED VALENTINE'S DAY, 2017 The Amusing and Heartwarming Prequel to the Family Saga Series, Herring Cove Road With her mother's death two years before, her father's recent marriage to a woman she doesn't get along with, and then finding herself engaged to a man she isn't even sure she loves, Ruth Goldman has decided to take a year off to discover what she wants in life...
    Categorized as:
    new adult  humor  historical  20th century
  • The Secret Keeper of Jaipur by Alka Joshi

    The Secret Keeper of Jaipur by Alka Joshi

    Rated: 4.20 of 5 stars
    · 16 ratings
    In New York Times bestselling author Alka Joshi’s intriguing new novel, henna artist Lakshmi arranges for her protégé, Malik, to intern at the Jaipur Palace in this tale rich in character, atmosphere, and lavish storytelling.It’s the spring of 1969, and Lakshmi, now married to Dr. Jay Kumar, directs the Healing Garden in Shimla. Malik has finished his private school education...
  • Legacy by Susan Kay

    Legacy by Susan Kay

    Rated: 4.11 of 5 stars
    · 15 ratings
    The much-praised Legacy offers an exquisite psychological portrait of the Queen who defined an era, beloved and touted by readers for its stunning storytelling and intriguing take on the monarch's life...
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    royalty  tudors  contemporary  mystery  historical
  • The Last Boleyn by Karen Harper

    The Last Boleyn by Karen Harper

    Rated: 4.04 of 5 stars
    · 20 ratings
    She Survived Her Own Innocence, and the Treachery of Europe s Royal Courts Greed, lust for power, sex, lies, secret marriages, religious posturing, adultery, beheadings, international intrigue, jealousy, treachery, love, loyalty, and betrayal...
    Categorized as:
    royalty  tudors  historical  medieval
  • The Lady in the Tower by Marie-Louise Jensen

    The Lady in the Tower by Marie-Louise Jensen

    Rated: 4.07 of 5 stars
    · 10 ratings
    Spring 1540. Eleanor's mother is imprisoned in the Lady Tower after a terrible accusation. For four years Eleanor's only comfort has been their secret notes to one another. But then a chance discovery reveals a plot to murder her mother and Eleanor must free her before it is too late...
    Categorized as:
    royalty  tudors  contemporary  historical
  • The Tudors: The Complete Story of England's Most Notorious Dynasty by G.J. Meyer

    The Tudors: The Complete Story of England's Most Notorious Dynasty by G.J. Meyer

    Rated: 4.03 of 5 stars
    · 18 ratings
    For the first time in decades, here, in a single volume, is a fresh look at the fabled Tudor dynasty, comprising some of the most enigmatic figures ever to rule a country. Acclaimed historian G. J. Meyer reveals the flesh-and-bone reality in all its wild excess...
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    royalty  tudors  contemporary  military  historical
  • The Virgin Queen's Daughter by Ella March Chase

    The Virgin Queen's Daughter by Ella March Chase

    Rated: 4.02 of 5 stars
    · 18 ratings
    As captivating now as it was more than four centuries ago, the reign of Elizabeth I—with its scandal, intrigue, and resilience—has sparked the imaginations of generations. In her sweeping historical debut, Ella March Chase explores a thrilling possibility: that the Tudor bloodline did not end with the Virgin Queen...
  • The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner

    The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner

    Rated: 4.01 of 5 stars
    · 20 ratings
    Juana of Castile, the last queen of Spanish blood to inherit her country’s throne, has been for centuries an enigmatic figure shrouded in lurid myth. Was she the bereft widow of legend who was driven mad by her loss, or has history misjudged a woman who was ahead of her time? In his stunning new novel, C. W...
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    tudors  royalty  historical  medieval
  • The Secret Keeper: A Novel of Kateryn Parr by Sandra Byrd

    The Secret Keeper: A Novel of Kateryn Parr by Sandra Byrd

    Rated: 4.02 of 5 stars
    · 10 ratings
    The author of To Die For returns to the court of Henry VIII, as a young woman is caught between love and honor.  Juliana St. John is the daughter of a prosperous knight in Marlborough. Though her family wants her to marry the son of her father's business partner, circumstances set her on a course toward the court of Henry VIII and his last wife, Kateryn, or Katherine Parr...
  • Queen By Right by Anne Easter Smith

    Queen By Right by Anne Easter Smith

    Rated: 3.99 of 5 stars
    · 16 ratings
    From the award-winning author of A Rose for the Crown, Daughter of York, and The King’s Grace comes another masterful historical novel—the story of Cecily of York, mother of two kings and the heroine of one of history’s greatest love stories...
  • Castile for Isabella by Jean Plaidy

    Castile for Isabella by Jean Plaidy

    Rated: 4.00 of 5 stars
    · 9 ratings
    Castile for Isabella covers the early life of the most significant of all Spanish monarchs: Isabella of Castile. Isabella is seen as a young girl,within a few steps of the throne; first in the care of an ambitious but unbalanced mother; later in the licentious court of her half-brother HenryIV; and at length ascending the throne, Ferdinand beside her...
    Categorized as:
    tudors  royalty  contemporary  medieval  historical
  • The King's Grace by Anne Easter Smith

    The King's Grace by Anne Easter Smith

    Rated: 3.98 of 5 stars
    · 16 ratings
    The bestselling author of A Rose for the Crown and Daughter of York takes a young woman that history noticed only once and sets her on a quest for the truth about the murder of two boys and a man who claims to be king. All that history knows of Grace Plantagenet is that she was an illegitimate daughter of Edward IV and one of two attendants aboard the funeral barge of his widowed queen...
  • Queen of This Realm by Jean Plaidy

    Queen of This Realm by Jean Plaidy

    Rated: 3.97 of 5 stars
    · 13 ratings
    In this "memoir" by Elizabeth I, legendary historical novelist Jean Plaidy reveals the Virgin Queen as she truly was: the bewildered, motherless child of an all-powerful father; a captive in the Tower of London; a shrewd politician; a lover of the arts; and eventually, an icon of an era...
    Categorized as:
    royalty  tudors  medieval  historical
  • I, Elizabeth by Rosalind Miles

    I, Elizabeth by Rosalind Miles

    Rated: 3.97 of 5 stars
    · 25 ratings
    Publicly declared a bastard at the age of three, daughter of a disgraced and executed mother, last in the line of succession to the throne of England, Elizabeth I inherited an England ravaged by bloody religious conflict, at war with Spain and France, and badly in debt...
    Categorized as:
    royalty  tudors  contemporary  medieval  historical
  • Pale Rose of England by Sandra Worth

    Pale Rose of England by Sandra Worth

    Rated: 3.94 of 5 stars
    · 10 ratings
    From the award-winning author of The King's Daughter comes a story of love and defiance during the War of the Roses. It is 1497. The news of the survival of Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York, has set royal houses ablaze with intrigue and rocked the fledgling Tudor dynasty...
    Categorized as:
    tudors  royalty  contemporary  medieval  historical
  • King's Fool: A Notorious King, His Six Wives, and the One Man Who Knew All Their Secrets by Margaret Campbell Barnes

    King's Fool: A Notorious King, His Six Wives, and the One Man Who Knew All Their Secrets by Margaret Campbell Barnes

    Rated: 3.94 of 5 stars
    · 12 ratings
    When country lad Will Somers lands himself the plum position of jester to the mercurial King Henry VIII, he has no idea that he's just been handed a front-row seat to history. With a seat near the throne and an ear to the floor, Somers witnesses firsthand the dizzying power struggles and sly scheming that marked the reign of the fiery Tudor king...
    Categorized as:
    royalty  tudors  contemporary  historical
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